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Yildirim, Mehmet Selim; Yelken, Tugba Yanpar; Tokmak, Hatice Sancar – Educational Media International, 2023
The aim of this study was to develop a valid and reliable measurement tool to measure teacher candidates' perception of technological value orientations. Design/Methodology: It was conducted based on data from 400 teacher candidates for explanatory factor analysis (EFA) and 680 teacher candidates for confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) in the…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Student Attitudes, Technological Literacy, Values
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Jafari, Esmaeil – Educational Media International, 2023
This article seeks the opinions, perceptions, and attitudes of faculty members about the strategies for using hologram technology in the learning environment. The research method was qualitative and based on this, 17 faculty members from Farhangian University Centers (CFU) and public universities in Iran were interviewed. The data obtained were…
Descriptors: Educational Strategies, Photography, Computer Simulation, Technology Uses in Education
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Rodolico, Gabriella; Hirsu, Lavinia – Educational Media International, 2023
Emerging evidence has demonstrated that Virtual Reality (VR) supported lessons are able to enhance positive emotions and engagement as well as more memorable experiences, when compared to more traditional instructional tools such as readings from textbooks and videos. However, teachers' self-efficacy while teaching with VR technologies, VR safety…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Technology Uses in Education, Learning Experience, Self Esteem
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Heeg, Dagmar Mercedes; Avraamidou, Lucy – Educational Media International, 2023
Artificial Intelligence is widely used across contexts and for different purposes, including the field of education. However, a review of the literature showcases that while there exist various review studies on the use of AI in education, missing remains a review focusing on science education. To address this gap, we carried out a systematic…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Science Instruction, Educational Technology, Program Effectiveness
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Smailova, Diana; Sarsekeyeva, Zhanar; Kalimova, Assemgul; Kenenbaeva, Marzhan; Aspanova, Gulmira – Educational Media International, 2023
This paper presents the results of a pedagogical experiment on the development of media literacy in children of primary school age (7-10 years) in different conditions: at home, at home and school, only at school. Parents who took part in the programme "Media Literacy for parents" were involved in this study. The purpose of the paper was…
Descriptors: Media Literacy, Elementary School Students, Parent Participation, Teaching Methods
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Nguyen, Ngoc Nhu – Educational Media International, 2023
Multimedia technologies are increasingly used by university lecturers to stay relevant in contemporary media-saturated society. Across disciplines, using multimedia in teaching often means integrating videos, including feature films and/or television series (FF/TV), into learning activities and assessments. Like other media technologies, effective…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Teaching Methods, Films, Video Technology
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Sancar, Raziye – Educational Media International, 2023
The aim of this research is to investigate the perceptions of university students of the cyber identity they experience on a day-to-day basis, especially following the pandemic lockdown. The research uses a basic interpretive research design with a qualitative, and particularly focuses on the phenomenological perspective. The data was gathered…
Descriptors: Phenomenology, Self Concept, Student Attitudes, Undergraduate Students
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Afrilyasanti, Rida; Basthomi, Yazid; Laily Zen, Evynurul; Fauziah, Humairah – Educational Media International, 2023
As media and technology advance and the environment grows smarter, information can spread more quickly and extensively, with fewer filters. In the face of the abundance of diverse multimodal and interactive digital resources, many EFL teachers still lack confidence in their ability to implement critical media literacy (CML) instructions.…
Descriptors: Critical Literacy, Media Literacy, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning
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Sofía Martín Rodríguez; Marcial F Parrilla; Víctor Álvarez-García; Juan Ramón Pérez-Pérez; María Del Mar Fernández-Álvarez; Rubén Martín-Payo – Educational Media International, 2023
These past few years society has experienced a worldwide pandemic that has affected every aspect of our lives. COVID-19 has forced institutions to integrate remote learning tools and techniques, even when most lack of resources to implement online methodologies. Education has been one of the areas greatly affected by these measures, making it…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Technology Uses in Education, Nursing Education, Nursing Students
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Catarina L. Araújo; Cecília Aguiar; Lígia Monteiro – Educational Media International, 2023
This article is the result of work carried out within the scope of Erasmus+ project Kit@: Media competency training for professionals in day-care centres and comparable institutions in rural areas of Europe. Its main objective is to describe ECE systems, curriculum guidelines, pre-service teacher training curricula and teacher profiles related to…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Media Literacy, Foreign Countries, Partnerships in Education
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Manuel Santos; Vânia Carlos; António A. Moreira – Educational Media International, 2023
This study focused on the design of interdisciplinary STEAM educational strategies supported by the Internet of Things. The second cycle of a Design-Based Research approach was implemented, refined prior citizen science strategies designed, implemented, and analysed in a co-creation process, in the first cycle. The iterative…
Descriptors: Interdisciplinary Approach, STEM Education, Art Education, Educational Strategies
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Maia Lust; Mart Laanpere – Educational Media International, 2023
Since the last curriculum reform in 2011, all Estonian lower-secondary students have to conduct a year-long creative work. Unfortunately, in many cases, it is implemented as an individual written report that has little to do with improving learners' digital competence or Computational Thinking skills. In the new national curriculum (to be in force…
Descriptors: Student Projects, Creativity, Grade 8, Foreign Countries
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João Torres; João Grácio; Maria Do Rosário Rodrigues; Miguel Figueiredo – Educational Media International, 2023
The GEN10S Portugal project offered 15-hour face-to-face Scratch programming courses to groups of students and two or more teachers from each class, from schools that were project members. Two Scratch teachers per class, hired by the project, participated in 12 of these 15 hours, supporting the activities. When the schools' face-to-face activities…
Descriptors: Computer Science Education, Programming, Minicourses, Digital Literacy
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Birgy Lorenz – Educational Media International, 2023
The proportion of women in the IT sector is decreasing. In schools, girls tend to stay away from IT or take on roles in softer activities such as digital safety, social media. Studying and working in IT requires technical skillset. At the same time, the sector would need people with people and organizational skills as well. Technical skills can be…
Descriptors: Females, Role Models, Information Technology, Foreign Countries
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Inês Messias; Ana Loureiro – Educational Media International, 2023
The educational paradigm has been changing, impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, that made witness the field's strengths, weaknesses, and lack of readiness making the transition from traditional classroom teaching to Online Remote Teaching and Learning (ORTL). While pre-pandemic studies state that teachers were willing to change, post-pandemic…
Descriptors: Open Educational Resources, Teacher Attitudes, Digital Literacy, Educational Technology
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